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spoof

noun [C]
 
 
/spuːf/
a funny television programme, film, article, etc that copies the style of a real programme, film, article, etc: They did a spoof of the Oscars, giving awards for the worst films of the year.Types of film, play, book etc.
Translations of “spoof”
in Spanish burla, parodia…
in French attrape…
in German der Schwindel…
in Chinese (Traditional) (對文章、音樂、戲劇等)滑稽模仿的作品…
in Russian пародия…
in Turkish parodi…
in Chinese (Simplified) (对文章、音乐、戏剧等)滑稽模仿的作品…
in Polish parodia…
(Definition of spoof from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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